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Mallorca’s ‘New Number 1’ celebrates successful six months

12.50am 22nd April 2008 - Course Development

Golf Son Gual – the newest golf address on the sunshine island of Mallorca – has enjoyed a very successful first six months of operation and has been inundated with membership enquiries.

Laid out across beautiful Mallorcan terrain, just outside the capital of Palma, Golf Son Gual first-opened its doors for play in October 2007, and since then an ever-increasing number of discerning locals and holidaymakers have been drawn to play golf there. Based largely on word-of-mouth recommendations, Golf Son Gual has already established itself as the place to play golf on the island.

With a stunning 18-hole design – including one of the finest collection of par threes to be found in Europe and an outstanding closing hole – 15-minute breaks between tee-times and conditioning that belies the course’s tender years, it is no surprise that details of the membership packages are eagerly-awaited. But these will not be released until later in the year and are likely to be limited to fewer than 500 in total.

Andreas Pamer, of the family Pamer management team, said, “All of the hard work, patience and attention to detail is bearing fruit. We were careful not to open the course too soon and to give all visitors the ultimate golfing experience, not just on the course but through the extensive practice facilities, spacious sun terraces and impressive cuisine we offer.

“Everybody has enjoyed the Son Gual experience and the substantial number of membership enquiries we are receiving is testament to that.”

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